18 juni, 2018

ALNA senter sold for NOK 2bn

Pangea adviser to Aspelin Ramm in this year’s largest retail deal

Aspelin Ramm sells ALNA senter to Joh Johannson Eiendom AS for about NOK 2bn (EUR 215m). The large retail centre is located at Alnabru, some 10 minutes from Oslo city, and comprises about 70,000 sqm and 1,100 parking spaces. The centre is the third largest in Oslo with an annual turnover of NOK 2bn (EUR 215m) and nearly 5 million visitors in 2017. The annual rental income is about NOK 94m (EUR 10m) with some key tenants being Biltema, Elkjøp, Maxbo, Meny, Skeidar and XXL.

Pangea Property Partners is sell-side adviser to Aspelin Ramm in the transaction, who has owned the centre for almost 40 years. The buyer will continue the successful development of the centre, in close cooperation with the centre’s high-quality retailers. ALNA senter is the largest Nordic shopping centre transaction and the largest retail transaction in Norway so far in 2018.

Till nyhetsarkiv
4 February, 2019

New Norwegian parking company

Bane NOR Eiendom and Eiendomspar establish a new 50/50 joint venture acquiring two large and centrally located parking facilitates in Oslo and Asker. The sellers are several private owners, including Bane NOR Eiendom which until now has owned 25 percent of the company Oslo S Parkering AS.

Läs mer
28 January, 2019

Acquisition of utleiebolig AS

Selvaag Gruppen has acquired all shares in Utleiebolig AS, buying out eight other shareholders, with the ambition to become the leading owner of new rental apartments in Norway. The company owns 840 rental apartments, of which 410 in production, in greater Oslo, Lørenskog, Jessheim, Drammen and Bergen.

Läs mer
21 January, 2019

Castellum and Lilium in major Swedish property swap

Castellum acquired six properties in Linköping from Lilium for SEK 1.7 billion. The properties have a lettable area of about 67,000 sqm and are located in the city centre. At the same time, Lilium acquires Castellum’s entire portfolio in Sundsvall consisting of 20 properties with a lettable area of 157,400 sqm for SEK 3.5 billion.

Läs mer
14 January, 2019

Sizeable logistics portfolio

LogNOR, a company established by Pareto, sells a modern logistics portfolio in Norway for approximately NOK 600 million (according to media reports). The portfolio comprises seven properties located in Ski and Vestby, south-east of Oslo, with a lettable area close to 31,000 sqm. The properties were built in 2016-2018 and are fully let with an average remaining lease term of 9.7 years.

Läs mer